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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Mon Aug 05, 2019 12:17 am

Commiserations to Inner Sanctum and Chicken Twisties who have been knocked out of the title race, and congratulations to Ben Roflsburgers and Poon Illuminati who have the week off before the preliminary finals. Here are the weekends results and the finals draw:

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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby LMA » Mon Aug 05, 2019 9:49 am

Well done Fish. Looking at the matchup on paper I was confident of getting the win with you playing Duursma, Hoff, B.Smith & Answerth but modest returns from Boak, Gaff, Stewart and Daniel and Mundy spudding it finished my season.
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:45 am

LMA wrote:Well done Fish. Looking at the matchup on paper I was confident of getting the win with you playing Duursma, Hoff, B.Smith & Answerth but modest returns from Boak, Gaff, Stewart and Daniel and Mundy spudding it finished my season.

Yep your PODs didn't really fire except for Houli. Duursma, Zilliams and Heeney were the heroes for me :D
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby Hondo » Mon Aug 05, 2019 1:44 pm

I was stuck between a rock and a hard place when Birchall went down. I have some cash to use to trade but needed to trade Birch next week over trying to cover Dylan Clarke on field this week as was my first plan. Damned Josh Kelly forcing me to run Clarke on field for 4 weeks.

So I needed to suck it up and hope things worked out which I knew was unlikely and that is how it turned out. I had predicted I had 50 points up my sleeve but that was with Birch around 90 and Worpel around 100. Then I was hoping for at least 70 out of Clarke versus the 37 he served up.

So on to this week instead … the double chance afforded me a small luxury to hold back the trade which I think may have given me a win this week but messed up things from then on.
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby hambone » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:30 pm

Was def a nice win and almost brought in birch friday night for ryan which would have changed things a fair bit. Worpel played a blinder so was able to hold on with a little help from toby greene.. another one i had earlier in the season and traded back in like cogs and dunkley!

A week off but still working out what to do with ryan down back as logue and answorth wont cut it! Probably bring in laird which i was planning on doing until hondo got that clarke score and i could take it a bit easier..
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Mon Aug 05, 2019 11:40 pm

Hondo wrote:I was stuck between a rock and a hard place when Birchall went down. I have some cash to use to trade but needed to trade Birch next week over trying to cover Dylan Clarke on field this week as was my first plan. Damned Josh Kelly forcing me to run Clarke on field for 4 weeks.

So I needed to suck it up and hope things worked out which I knew was unlikely and that is how it turned out. I had predicted I had 50 points up my sleeve but that was with Birch around 90 and Worpel around 100. Then I was hoping for at least 70 out of Clarke versus the 37 he served up.

So on to this week instead … the double chance afforded me a small luxury to hold back the trade which I think may have given me a win this week but messed up things from then on.

It's going to be an interesting matchup this week our teams are very similar only six uniques and most play Friday night or Saturday arvo, so it might be all but over before Saturday night. Hoping Kelly is OUT for another week ;)
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby hambone » Thu Aug 08, 2019 6:57 pm

No Josh Kelly...
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Thu Aug 08, 2019 7:27 pm

hambone wrote:No Josh Kelly...

Good for me as Hondo has him and I don't. Hondo also has Birchall.

And neither of them can be used as loophole donuts :twisted:
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby LMA » Thu Aug 08, 2019 9:26 pm

Oh, I didn't realise Supercoach was still going :oops:
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Sun Aug 11, 2019 12:54 pm

Am coasting in my match-up against Hondo just need an easy 230 from Marshall today and I'm home :roll:
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby One Club Player » Sun Aug 11, 2019 12:56 pm

Need Sloane to outscore B Crouch by 13 to win my semifinal
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Sun Aug 11, 2019 2:04 pm

One Club Player wrote:Need Sloane to outscore B Crouch by 13 to win my semifinal

Will be touch and go, pending who gets tagged
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby Q. » Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:56 pm

fish wrote:
One Club Player wrote:Need Sloane to outscore B Crouch by 13 to win my semifinal

Will be touch and go, pending who gets tagged


Sloane injured in Q3 takes care of that
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:19 pm

TEAM_FISH and Has Been have been cruelly eliminated so a couple of massive prelims will be fought next week:

Ben Roflsburgers vs Hondo SCC
Delicious vs Poon Illuminati
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby One Club Player » Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:18 pm

Q. wrote:
fish wrote:
One Club Player wrote:Need Sloane to outscore B Crouch by 13 to win my semifinal

Will be touch and go, pending who gets tagged


Sloane injured in Q3 takes care of that


:evil: :evil: :evil: Farrrrk!!!! Sloane was 40-50pts in front of him at half time so the other Crouch decides to take him out at the first bounce of the 2nd half

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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby valleys07 » Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:50 am

Congratulations to Poon Army, way too good for my side and deserved Grand Finalist.

The 2 best sides are playing off for the Premier League Title.

Benny Rolfs to take it out for mine.
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby Hondo » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:06 pm

On paper leading in I was predicted to be in front, Then his Salem goes for 61 v expected 96 and I'm feeling good.

Then bang, bang my PODs roll out like this : Hawkins 40, M Crouch 56, Laird 77 and then Pendles with almost 40 possessions only gets 89.

I'm then predicted 50 behind and my only hope is Sicily to go huge … and he throws up 47.

Last week to this week comparisons:

M Crouch 163 - 56
Sicily 140 - 47
Hawkins 104 - 40
Pendles 138 - 89

None of those players are slouches. Granted Hawkins like any KPP is prone to a low score.

Ben R's had Salem down as said and then Duncan underperformed so he was ripe for the picking and I would have easily backed in 100 more points (my losing margin) across those guys.

Anyway, well played to Ben R's. From my POV I had a full premium squad and didn't pull any trade clangers in the round to stuff myself up. Just had a handful of players who were PODs decide to go missing on me at prelim final stage.
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby fish » Tue Aug 20, 2019 9:27 pm

Hondo wrote:On paper leading in I was predicted to be in front, Then his Salem goes for 61 v expected 96 and I'm feeling good.

Then bang, bang my PODs roll out like this : Hawkins 40, M Crouch 56, Laird 77 and then Pendles with almost 40 possessions only gets 89.

I'm then predicted 50 behind and my only hope is Sicily to go huge … and he throws up 47.

Last week to this week comparisons:

M Crouch 163 - 56
Sicily 140 - 47
Hawkins 104 - 40
Pendles 138 - 89

None of those players are slouches. Granted Hawkins like any KPP is prone to a low score.

Ben R's had Salem down as said and then Duncan underperformed so he was ripe for the picking and I would have easily backed in 100 more points (my losing margin) across those guys.

Anyway, well played to Ben R's. From my POV I had a full premium squad and didn't pull any trade clangers in the round to stuff myself up. Just had a handful of players who were PODs decide to go missing on me at prelim final stage.

Why didn't Hawkins and Pendlebury spud up last week against me :evil:
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby valleys07 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:16 am

Im on 1673 with 10 players in hand. Projecting 2769 at this point :shock:
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Re: Hogg Premier League 2019

Postby Groover » Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:37 am

valleys07 wrote:Im on 1673 with 10 players in hand. Projecting 2769 at this point :shock:


Going to be a lot of big scores around. Honour board is due for a shakeup


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